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Chris Evans Kaweesi – Call Me

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Call him or Kaweesi, he is the same musician who has just gifted us the song titled “Call Me.

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The Ugandan songster has a noted fondness for the guitar, which he strums with boundless energy and grace.

Although Kaweesi’s name is not well-known in Africa’s music universe, he has remained consistent, releasing one beautiful number after the other. And there’s that chance he might be celebrated across the world soon.

He was in 2013 declared one of the best Ugandan artistes of all time, a testament to his artistry, work ethic, and musical appeal. That appeal has not waned although it is exactly six years after his win. This much you will find in his newest offering.

In the cask of Chris Evans Kaweesi’s releases so far are “Ndikusasulaki,” “Suubi Lyange,” “Neberela Eno,” “Nsiimye,” “Bill Yange,” “Nakupenda,” “Sikunenya,” “Nantale” and “Kisaaganda,” featuring Maureen Nantume.

Call Me” has got some love undertones, and it wouldn’t hurt to memorize the song and share it with someone dear. Don’t dull yourself. Go get “Call Me” and prepare to share the love.

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